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The Markets Where Renters had the Highest Holiday Spending

2019-01-10 17:33:46| National Real Estate Investor

Analysis from RentCafe showed that Thanksgiving and winter holiday spending combined adds up to an average of $1,100 per household.

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Will CRE Remain a Favored Investment Alternative in a Volatile Market?

2019-01-10 09:31:24| National Real Estate Investor

Last year ended on a sour note; what will 2019 hold in store for commercial real estate?

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Brookfield Is Said to Seek Buyer for $1 Billion Florida Resort

2019-01-09 23:32:21| National Real Estate Investor

Thayer Lodging Group, a Brookfield subsidiary, is welling the Diplomat Beach Resort in Hollywood, Fla.

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